The house on the left was purchased in Heidelberg, Germany. It depicts one of the many places where one can go and enjoy a good beer, namely in a "Ratskeller". These places don't actually have anything to do with rats (the word "Rat" in German means "advice"), but they are often very charming, traditionally decorated places that provide plenty of good German beer and authentic German music. This small ceramic house has a place for a candle inside, making the house come alive with a bright, festive atmosphere.
The smaller of the two structures was purchased at the Cobtree Museum of Kent Life by Maidstone, England. It depicts a traditional oast house. Such houses were used to dry hops, an important ingredient in beer. The museum itself has full-sized working oast houses as well, so one can see the structure both inside and out. Cone-roofed oast houses can only be found in this small region of southern England.
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Debbie Duccomen (aka the 'Rat Lady') and her crew of rat wranglers were exhibiting at the San Jose county fair one summer. In addition to plenty of rats, they also had plenty of rat related paraphenalia on display. This full size metal sign is just like official signs on US highways and byways. Guests will be immediately aware that there might be rats underfoot as they cross your threshold. For information on where you can get one for yourself, check out her Rat Fan Club.
Tiptoe is her name, the cuddly original Beanie Baby from Ty.